As a firm that has for many years had some of the strongest credentials and breadth of experience to undertake all types of property transactions, we are delighted to say that we were the first firm in Wirral to have been awarded membership of The Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme.
The Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) provides a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices.
Since the schemes inception in 2011, Halsalls has been reaccredited annually demonstrating we follow best practice, meet the highest standards of technical expertise and client service and are able to satisfy regulators, lenders and insurers under a quality mark that our clients can trust.
The buying and selling of a home is probably the largest transaction that most people undertake in their lives. Possessing this accreditation demonstrates we have the necessary skills and expertise to provide residential conveyancing advice, and is reassuring to our clients that we will provide all the information they need to understand the process, options, costs and timescales from the outset.
Our supportive service, almost unique amongst Wirral based practices, calls upon a combined wealth of experience of over 150 years.
Bucking the trend followed by a number of conveyancing practices, your transaction will be handled by one of our highly experienced, friendly, pro-active solicitors from the initial point of contact to completion. Your solicitor will communicate with you by phone, letter or email at every stage and will do so in jargon free, plain English.
To ensure you know where you stand with charges, we will provide you with a written, transparent breakdown of all our fees at the outset. There will be no unexpected or hidden charges once you have instructed us. We will ask you to pay an agreed fixed, fair and competitive fee reflecting our excellent level of personal service.
Our team of expert solicitors are able to assist you with:
- Buying or selling a freehold or leasehold property including right to buy, shared ownership, transactions at auction and new builds
- Transfer of equity
- Lease extensions and leasehold enfranchisement